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1 The North Bend Eagle, March 20, 1902, page 8, reported the following "Grandma Soukup was buried in the Killian cemetery Sunday. She was eighty-six years old." This implies she died mid March 1902.
 
Bures, Marie (I757)
 
2 (Medical):A car crashed into the wagon in which he was riding a mile north of Pond Creek. Plisek was removed to Pond Creek where a physician administered treatment but the injured man only lived a few hourd. Plisek, Ludwig (I10479)
 
3 (Medical):Doctor had not seen patient. Stated likely died of pneumonia. Was sick 3 days. Kucera, Peter (I135)
 
4 (Medical):Omaha World Hearld had the cause of death "heart ailment" in the obit. The above information came from the death certificate Novak, Anton F. (I753)
 
5 (Medical):See attached sources. Rauseh, Paul (I1670)
 
6 (Medical):The attending physician said Mr. Belik had gone pheasant hunting and evidently was accidentally shot when trying to crouch down in a ditch to shoot a pheasant. Belik, Frank (I576)
 
7 8 may 1868 Novak, Josef (I2740)
 
8 A birth country of Austria between 1867 and 1918 could imply a birth in Bohemia or Moravia since both were Crown Lands in the Austro-Hungarian Empire at that time. Pospisil, John Frank (I10477)
 
9 A reference to the death and burial of Francis (Frank) Jacob Severin was found in the Severin family history book created by Henrietta Severin Novy, the great-great-granddaughter of Francis Jacob and Antonia Pekarek Severin. The book is titled "Severin Families 1776 -" and the reference was found under tab: Jakub Severin. It states:

GOLTRY, OKLAHOMA
SEPTEMBER 17, 1924
OBITUARY OF FRANCIS (FRANK) JACOB SEVERIN

It appeared in the Goltry, Oklahoma Newspaper written in Czech.

ENGLISH TRANSLATION

EDITOR LETTER:

After a lengthy illness, he died. For this Grandpa Severin was prepared. He was telling his family that they should be prepared with God.

He was placed to rest next to his wife Antonia Pekarek Severin who had passed away 16 years before.

Frank Severin leaves a sister Marketa (Margaret) Nemec, Prague, Nebraska. Ten children, two sons and eight daughters. Six children were at his funeral, five daughters and 1 son. Two daughters are in Chicago and one daughter is in Nebraska. The other son, Antone Severin, is in the Hospital where he underwent an operation several days before the death of his Father. He had not been informed that his Father had been buried. Hope he is well soon.

Francis' Jacob Severino funeral was like we seldom ever see. He leaves behind his 10 children, 61 Grandchildren and 28 Great Grandchildren. A large group of his Grandchildren attended his funeral. Among them Great Grandchildren were twin girls Sefrta. Before the casket were six grown Grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Emil Havel, Jon Plisek, Valentine Milacek, Peter Stejskal, Paul Krier and Gustav Pecha.

Mr. Severin was well known even in Nebraska. He had his start there. When he arrived in this county from Moravia. Let him rest in Peace.

Anna Honeywell

(The actual passing of Antonia Severin was in 1902 and not 1908) 
Severin, Frantisek (I5551)
 
10 Accidentially run over. Patocka, Anton Jr. (I10636)
 
11 After marriage, Mary and her husband settled on a farm near Linwood, Nebraska where their son Edward later farmed.

Mary kept a scrapbook of information on their family of 17 children and on the early Kucera, Nemec, and Andel families. After her death, her daughter, Agnes Hovorka, contined to update the scrapbook and kept a notebook of her own, listing her uncles, aunts, counsins, and their families (from the Kucera Family Tree book). 
Nemec, Mary (I105)
 
12 Agidius Recac, M, 50, Economist
Margarethe Recac, F, 53
Antonia Recac, F, 22
Franziska Recac, F, 16
Johanne Recac, M, 13
Franz Recac, M, 9
Nationality - Moravia
Last Permanent Residence Destination - Moravia
Destination - U.S. of A.

«b»Notes:«/b»

Surname is actually Rezac which was misspelled as Recac. The father has the German spelling Agidius, also spelled as Aegidius in Latinized ancient Greek (https://www.name-doctor.com/search-names.html?key=agidius&search=1). The Czech spelling is Jiljí (https://www.name-doctor.com/name-jilji-meaning-of-jilji-39211.html). The entry F{missing}ika is actually Franziska as recorded in the Passenger List Card Index (MyHeritage and FamilySearch). The Antonia entry is actually Antonia Svoboda, the daughter of Marketa's first marriage to Jan Svoboda. This is confirmed in the 1869 Czech Census.

Jiljí's brother Jan arrived earlier in Nebraska in 1873 and was followed by brother Martin and sister Victoria Rezac Zahourek in 1874. Jiljí was followed by his sisters Teresa Rezac Staska and Antonia Rezac Lanik who arrived in Nebraska in 1876.
Rezac, Jili (I2244)
 
13 Alfalfa County did not exist until 1907 when Okahoma became a state and Alfalfa County was formed from Woods County.
 
Pekarek, Antonie Marie (I5673)
 
14 Alfalfa County was not established until 1907 when it was formed from Woods County. Milacek, Elizabeth Mary (I10263)
 
15 All Jan's and Marketa's residences are in Plasy Estate, hence it is reasonable to assume they were married within Plasy Estate. Family: Jan Hreb / Marketa (F880)
 
16 Although Caroline is listed among the passengers it is believed it was her brother Joseph instead. Joseph has not been found in any immigration records and Caroline is on the passenger list arriving in 1870 with her siblings Rosalie and Anton. The year 1870 also matches what Caroline reported in the 1900 and 1910 US Census. It is reasonable to conclude that Joseph that came to the US in 1867 and Caroline arrived in 1870. Datel, Joseph (I754)
 
17 Alva is over 50 miles from Frank Plisek's homestead where the birth most likely happened. Family documents have the birth location as Alvaretta. The hamlet of Alvaretta, which existed from 1893 to 1904 and was only about one mile west of the homestead, is a more likely birth village Plisek, Ludwig (I10479)
 
18 Alva is over 50 miles from Frank Plisek's homestead where the birth most likely happened. Family documents have the birth location as Alvaretta. The hamlet of Alvaretta, which existed from 1893 to 1904 and was only about one mile west of the homestead, is a more likely birth village. Plisek, John Alford (I10474)
 
19 Alva is over 50 miles from Frank Plisek's homestead where the birth most likely happened. Family documents have the birth location as Alvaretta. The hamlet of Alvaretta, which existed from 1893 to 1904 and was only about one mile west of the homestead, is a more likely birth village. Plisek, Mary Jane (I10476)
 
20 Anna died after the birth of her last child, Anna, and before her husband, Frantisek Datel, marriage to this third wife. She most likely died in the same village where she was living when she gave birth to Anna.
 
Anna (I2540)
 
21 Antoin Sycopp, M, 50, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Mary Sycopp, F, 44, Bohemia, Keeping House
Frank Sycopp, M, 18, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Antonine Sycopp, M, 22, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Fannie Sycopp, F, 7, Bohemia, At home
 
Soukup, Veronica (I1317)
 
22 Antoin Sycopp, M, 50, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Mary Sycopp, F, 44, Bohemia, Keeping House
Frank Sycopp, M, 18, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Antonine Sycopp, M, 22, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Fannie Sycopp, F, 7, Bohemia, At home
 
Soukup, Anton (I692)
 
23 Antoin Sycopp, M, 50, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Mary Sycopp, F, 44, Bohemia, Keeping House
Frank Sycopp, M, 18, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Antonine Sycopp, M, 22, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Fannie Sycopp, F, 7, Bohemia, At home
 
Bures, Marie (I757)
 
24 Antoin Sycopp, M, 50, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Mary Sycopp, F, 44, Bohemia, Keeping House
Frank Sycopp, M, 18, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Antonine Sycopp, M, 22, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Fannie Sycopp, F, 7, Bohemia, At home
 
Soukup, Antonin (I756)
 
25 Antoin Sycopp, M, 50, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Mary Sycopp, F, 44, Bohemia, Keeping House
Frank Sycopp, M, 18, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Antonine Sycopp, M, 22, Bohemia, Coal Miner
Fannie Sycopp, F, 7, Bohemia, At home 
Soukup, Frank (I1318)
 
26 Anton Sabatka, M, 54, Laborer
Anezka Sabatka, F, 37
Mathias, Sabatka, M, 14
Anton Sabatka, M, 11
Johan Sabatka, M, 43, Laborer
Marie Sabatka, F, 32
Antonia Sabatka, F, 5
Anna Sabatka, F, 2
Residence Place - Blatnic, Mähren [Moravia]
Destination - New York, America

«b»Notes«/b»:
Anton Sabatka's family traveled with his brother Johann's family 
Sabatka, Anton (I5266)
 
27 Anton Sabatka, M, 54, Laborer
Anezka Sabatka, F, 37
Mathias, Sabatka, M, 14
Anton Sabatka, M, 11
Johan Sabatka, M, 43, Laborer
Marie Sabatka, F, 32
Antonia Sabatka, F, 5
Anna Sabatka, F, 2
Residence Place - Blatnic, Mähren [Moravia]
Destination - New York, America

«b»Notes«/b»:
Johann Sabatka's family traveled with his brother Anton's family. 
Sabatka, John (I740)
 
28 Anton Sabatka, M, 54, Moravian, Workman
Anezka Sabatka, F, 37, Moravian
Mathias, Sabatka, M, 14, Moravian
Anton Sabatka, M, 11, Moravian
Johan Sabatka, M, 43, Moravian, Workman
Marie Sabatka, F, 32, Moravian
Antonia Sabatka, F, 5, Moravian
Anna Sabatka, F, 2, Moravian
Place of Origin - Mähren [Moravia]
Departure Port - Hamburg, Germany and Le Havre, France
Destination - USA
Arrival Port - New York
Ship - Cimbria

«b»Notes:«/b»
Anton Sabatka's family traveled with his brother Johann's family 
Sabatka, Anton (I5266)
 
29 Anton Sabatka, M, 54, Moravian, Workman
Anezka Sabatka, F, 37, Moravian
Mathias, Sabatka, M, 14, Moravian
Anton Sabatka, M, 11, Moravian
Johan Sabatka, M, 43, Moravian, Workman
Marie Sabatka, F, 32, Moravian
Antonia Sabatka, F, 5, Moravian
Anna Sabatka, F, 2, Moravian
Place of Origin - Mähren [Moravia]
Departure Port - Hamburg, Germany and Le Havre, France
Destination - USA
Arrival Port - New York
Ship - Cimbria

«b»Notes«/b»:
Johann Sabatka's family traveled with his brother Anton's family. 
Sabatka, John (I740)
 
30 Anton Saml. Socoop, Self, M, 75, Bohemia, Married, Too old to work
Rosy Socoop, wife, F, 72, Bohemia, Married, Too old to work
 
Bures, Marie (I757)
 
31 Anton Socoop, Self, M, 29, Bohemia, Married, Farmer
Rosy Socoop, Wife, F, 25, Bohemia, Married, Keeps House
Frank Socoop, Son, F, 6, Nebraska, Single, At home
Joe Socoop, Son, M, 4, Nebraska, Single, At home
Ann Socoop, Daughter, F, 1, Nebraska, Single, At home
 
Soukup, Frantisek (I1102)
 
32 Anton Socoop, Self, M, 29, Bohemia, Married, Farmer
Rosy Socoop, Wife, F, 25, Bohemia, Married, Keeps House
Frank Socoop, Son, F, 6, Nebraska, Single, At home
Joe Socoop, Son, M, 4, Nebraska, Single, At home
Ann Socoop, Daughter, F, 1, Nebraska, Single, At home
 
Soukup, Anton (I692)
 
33 Anton Socoop, Self, M, 29, Bohemia, Married, Farmer
Rosy Socoop, Wife, F, 25, Bohemia, Married, Keeps House
Frank Socoop, Son, F, 6, Nebraska, Single, At home
Joe Socoop, Son, M, 4, Nebraska, Single, At home
Ann Socoop, Daughter, F, 1, Nebraska, Single, At home
 
Datel, Rosalie Lidmila (I691)
 
34 Anton Socoop, Self, M, 29, Bohemia, Married, Farmer
Rosy Socoop, Wife, F, 25, Bohemia, Married, Keeps House
Frank Socoop, Son, F, 6, Nebraska, Single, At home
Joe Socoop, Son, M, 4, Nebraska, Single, At home
Ann Socoop, Daughter, F, 1, Nebraska, Single, At home
 
Soukup, Emily (I762)
 
35 Anton Socoop, Self, M, 29, Bohemia, Married, Farmer
Rosy Socoop, Wife, F, 25, Bohemia, Married, Keeps House
Frank Socoop, Son, F, 6, Nebraska, Single, At home
Joe Socoop, Son, M, 4, Nebraska, Single, At home
Ann Socoop, Daughter, F, 1, Nebraska, Single, At home
 
Soukup, Joseph B. (I758)
 
36 Anton Socoop, Sr,, Self, M, 75, Bohemia, Married, Too old to work
Rosy Socoop, wife, F, 72, Bohemia, Married, Too old to work
 
Soukup, Antonin (I756)
 
37 Anton Sonkap, M, 56, Bohemian, Farmer
Maria Sonkap, F, 54, Bohemian
Anna Sonkap, F, 22, Bohemian
Maria Sonkap, F, 21, Bohemian
Anton Sonkap, M, 16, Bohemian
Ve{rest torn}, F, 9, Bohemian
Last legal residence: Bohemia
Country claiming allegiance: Osterreich

«b»Notes:«/b»
Surname Sonkap is a transcription error of Soukup; the original is very faint. Anton, age 56, and Maria, age 54, are married. Anna, age 22, is thought to be Anna Zakovec, the daughter of Maria's first marriage and the future wife of Joseph Hines. Ve{rest torn} is female and is thought to be Veronica Soukup. Maria, age 21, is thought to be Maria Bures, niece of the older Maria Bures, daughter of Vojtech Bures, and future wife of Frank Hines. The missing son Frank Soukup came in 1869 with his stepbrother John Zakovec and his family. Joseph Hines and Frank Hines are brothers and lived in the same village as the Soukups. 
Soukup, Antonin (I756)
 
38 Anton Staskal, Self, M, 34, Moravia, Married, Farmer
Annie Staskal, Wife, F, 27, Moravia, Married, Keeping House
Tony Staskal, Daughter, F, 3, Nebraska, Single
Martin Staskal, Son, M, 2, Nebraska, Single
Mary Staskal, Daughter, F, 6/12, Nebraska, Single
 
Beranek, Frantiska (I2563)
 
39 Anton Staskal, Self, M, 34, Moravia, Married, Farmer
Annie Staskal, Wife, F, 27, Moravia, Married, Keeping House
Tony Staskal, Daughter, F, 3, Nebraska, Single
Martin Staskal, Son, M, 2, Nebraska, Single
Mary Staskal, Daughter, F, 6/12, Nebraska, Single
 
Stejskal, Antonin (I3645)
 
40 Anton Staskal, Self, M, 34, Moravia, Married, Farmer
Annie Staskal, Wife, F, 27, Moravia, Married, Keeping House
Tony Staskal, Daughter, F, 3, Nebraska, Single
Martin Staskal, Son, M, 2, Nebraska, Single
Mary Staskal, Daughter, F, 6/12, Nebraska, Single
 
Stejskal, Antonie (I3646)
 
41 Anton Staskal, Self, M, 34, Moravia, Married, Farmer
Annie Staskal, Wife, F, 27, Moravia, Married, Keeping House
Tony Staskal, Daughter, F, 3, Nebraska, Single
Martin Staskal, Son, M, 2, Nebraska, Single
Mary Staskal, Daughter, F, 6/12, Nebraska, Single
 
Stejskal, Martin (I3647)
 
42 Anton Staskal, Self, M, 34, Moravia, Married, Farmer
Annie Staskal, Wife, F, 27, Moravia, Married, Keeping House
Tony Staskal, Daughter, F, 3, Nebraska, Single
Martin Staskal, Son, M, 2, Nebraska, Single
Mary Staskal, Daughter, F, 6/12, Nebraska, Single
 
Stejskal, Marie (I3649)
 
43 Anton Stejskal, M, 29, Smith
Francisca Stejskal, F, 23
Country of Birth - Austria
Last Legal Residence - Austria
Country Claiming Allegiance - Austria
Departure Port - Bremen, Germany
Arrival Port - Baltimore, Maryland
Ship - Ohio
 
Stejskal, Antonin (I3645)
 
44 Anton's homestead was 1 mile East of Alvaretta (1894 - 1904) or 4 miles South and 1 mile East of today's Goltry. Severin, Anton Jacob (I5680)
 
45 Assume 25 years old when the bride was born, i.e., marriage date minus brides age minus 25 Vyhlizel (I2364)
 
46 Assume this Marianna died before the birth of her sister with the same name. Nemec, Marianna (I2657)
 
47 Assumed he died two days before the burial Nemec, Rehor (I2668)
 
48 Ausnehmers (in Czech výminkár or vejminkár) = retired farmer who stipulated on the successor (usually one of children) a social care consisting of accommodation and support in kind (small part of crop or field). Details are usually part of the transfer contract in the land register. Nemec, Vaclav (I2476)
 
49 Barbara Dotel, Wife, F, 18, [b. Bet June 1861 and June 1862], Bohemia, Married, Keeping House
Anton Dotel, Self, M, 24, Bohemia, Married, Farmer
 
Hlatky, Barbara (I2776)
 
50 Barbara Dotel, Wife, F, 18, [b. Bet June 1861 and June 1862], Bohemia, Married, Keeping House
Anton Dotel, Self, M, 24, Bohemia, Married, Farmer
 
Datel, Anton (I2042)
 

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